Park Assist Cameras

 



Front Blind View Camera

The front blind view camera provides an expanded field of view of 45 ° to the left and the right. The image from the camera is displayed on the 7" large multimedia screen. The camera allows the driver to see around corners and past buildings and hedges which may occur at roadway junctions. This makes an excellent supplement to traffic mirrors at critical junctions, pedestrian junctions, and in areas with many buildings and thick vegetation. The camera can be used together with the rear park assist camera. The camera is discretely mounted in the grille and is activated by a button in the centre console.

Rear Park Assist Camera

The rear park assist camera, increases your field of vision behind the car when parking. A camera mounted in the tailgate makes it possible for you to have "eyes in the back of your head" when parallel parking. The camera, which is practically invisible in the tailgate, sends the image digitally to the center console monitor. The monitor displays the car's bumper and the area behind the car.  A mark at the reference lines indicates the car's approximate distance to objects behind the car. The tow-bar is also visible on the monitor and the system is an aid when reversing toward a trailer.

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